So far I’ve talked about moving towards a diet based primarily around wholefood sources and minimising intake of refined and processed foods.
But what actually does that mean? Let’s find out
A big part of improving the way you eat is knowing exactly what is in your foods, which is why an essential skill to have is being able to read food labels.
When it comes to improving long term health and lowering your risk of disease getting rid of nutrient deficiencies is top of the priorities.
This is because when you don’t fuel your body with the right nutrients, it can’t function properly and this can negatively impact everything from your energy levels to your immune system and outlook on life.
In this PDF you’ll find a cheatsheet containing the most common deficiencies, the symptoms that come along with them and how to avoid them.
There’s no way around, in order to improve your long term health and achieve your weight goals we need to get sugar in take under control.
In this video I’ll talk you through why sugar is such an issue and why it is so important to cut down.
In this PDF you’ll find a short guide on everything you need to know about sugar.
In this PDF you’ll find a short guide on everything you need to know about artificial sweeteners.
The other nutrients you need to know about are water and fibre, so I have created short guides you can download below.
Also while not essential for your health, I have also included alcohol and gluten to answer any questions you may have about consuming them.
In this PDF you’ll find a short guide on everything you need to know about water and increasing your intake.
In this PDF you’ll find a short guide on everything you need to know about fibre and why it is such an essential part of your diet.
In this PDF you’ll find a short guide on drinking alcohol and how it affects your weight loss goals.
While not a nutrient, due to the current ‘gluten free’ craze I felt it was important to include this guide on everything you need to know about gluten and if you should go gluten free.